it’s been another long while since i last did a presentation, 今天在专业汉语课上分享了一篇文章的解构，内容的理解很有限，因为缺乏很多周边的知识。好在老师能够深化所谈到的内容，并讲解了许多相关的知识，否则就要浪费各位同学的时间了 （*谢谢老师*）。
1. PPT 简报(Office Vista .pptx 版本)（若你用的是Office XP/2003，可以下载这个软件(Microsoft Office Compatibility Pack for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint 2007 File Formats)，就能打开上边的PPTx了）
2. 思维图表 Mindmanager 文件 （这个使用免费阅读器Mindmanager Viewer 7就能打开）
3. IHMC CMap 网站 （下载链在此）
4. MindMan Personal Version 3
5. Mindmanager 网站 （免费阅读器Mindmanager Viewer 7 下载链在此）
today marks the last day of my first semester in fudan and this is my final installment for the series of (feels like never-ending) examinable essays:
(in English): A sociolinguistics study of youths and Chinese language in Singapore
This paper presents a sociolinguistics study conducted with 56 youths who have studied Chinese Language (CL) during their secondary/junior college days in Singapore and have since left and ‘graduated’ from the CL classroom. Two primary research questions drove this study:
1. Is there any change in the youths’ proficiency level of CL after leaving the CL classroom?
2. How are the youths using CL after graduating from secondary schools/junior colleges?
Three secondary research questions were explored to provide input to the two pri qns.
Data collection was conducted through the administering of an online survey.
Keywords: singapore, chinese language, education, survey, youth, sociolinguistics
A BIG THANK YOU to all my students and friends and students’ friends who have contributed by completing the online survey, without which this study would not have been possible. And since it’s still 大年十一of the Chinese New Year, may I wish one and all “新年快乐，万事如意！学/事业进步，阖府安泰！”
And here’s it, may I present … (the free Acrobat Reader is needed to view the reports)
Essays the Gathering Release Y1S1
6. and FOUR other essays (for record purpose; meaningless ones meant for self-consumption)
and here we go again … semester 2 here i/we come … “Live Long & Prosper”
chanced upon Prof Wang, William Shi-Yuan （王士元教授）’s home page in the CUHK server. and in this 1-page long home page, he has shared 38 of his publications in PDF format for download by netizens who are interested in his research work.
if only more researchers/professors are like prof wang, guess the life of students/researchers/teachers/readers would be much easier alike. until the day … …